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American Poetry Review
Volume: 44.3 | Year: 2015

Table of Contents:

Kim Addonizio
from The Sonnets

Nathaniel Bellows
Eye Exam
Folding Their Laundry
Fever Dream
Turtle and Duck

Todd Boss
Whales Wear the Patterns of the Surface of the Water

Billy Collins
Hendrik Goltzius's "Icarus" (1588)
Under the Stars
One Leg of the Journey

Thomas Devaney
On Seeing William Larson's "Figure in Motion"
A Week in the Childhood of W.C. Fields
The Best Styles

Mark Doty
In Two Seconds

Elaine Equi
Historical Romance
Deep in the Rectangular Forest
With Tiny Steps
Today =
I'd Rather Read a Poem Than a Chart
Martin Heidegger
Lunar Eclipse
The Haphazard Cathedral

Tony Hoagland
Holy Jackass Sutra
Travelling
No Thank You
I Have Good News
Moment in the Conversation
Misunderstandings

Henry Israeli
Blame the French
What of the Flea
Man with a Dog's Head

Wang Jiaxin
Reversal
Another Landscape
The Death of Brodsky
Early Youth

Kasey Jueds
Paulownia

Danusha Lameris
Dust
Sexting
Reading My Valentine's Poem to Frank X. Gaspar
Egg

Kenji C Liu
Dear Director, Environmental Protection Agency
Drone Wars
Letter to Myself as a Newborn II

Elizabeth Robinson
Two men seen from the back, standing on a brick roadway beneath a bridge
Homeless man curled, crouching on the street
Man walking down city street past a series of doors unattached to buildings
Discarded bedsprings, tied randomly with string
Close up from behind of man and woman holding hands
Young man feeding pigeons as they rest on his hand and wrist

James Wright
Bari, Old and Young

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Thomas Devaney
On Seeing William Larson's "Figure in Motion"; A Week in the Childhood of W.C. Fields; The Best Styles

 

Mark Doty
In Two Seconds

 

Tony Hoagland
Holy Jackass Sutra; Travelling; No Thank You; I Have Good News; Moment in the Conversation; Misunderstandings

 

Elizabeth Robinson
Two men seen from the back, standing on a brick roadway beneath a bridge; Homeless man curled, crouching on the street; Man walking down city street past a series of doors unattached to buildings; Discarded bedsprings, tied randomly with string; Close up from behind of man and woman holding hands; Young man feeding pigeons as they rest on his hand and wrist

 

James Wright
Bari, Old and Young